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June 2, 2009

Remember all those liberalslecturing us about ‘civility’?BUMPED: It gets WORSE!RE-BUMPED: The latest

(BUMPED 7:15 EDT; RE-BUMPED 8:24; UPDATES BELOW) After I linked pro-lifer Becky Brindle, she got some interesting comments from such progressive exemplars of peace, love and tolerance as “Maine Cat Woman“:

Using Fox News as a mouthpiece and allowing a major media figure like O’Reilly to continually profile an abortion provider as bloodthirsty as Caligula means you are all have as much blood on your hands as the actual terrorists who pulled the trigger. Sorry, we really don’t want to hear any of your cynical, self-serving “regrets.” Conservatism: the party of illegal war, torture and murder. Congratulations. Hope you are really proud of yourselves. Go to hell, murderer.

Thank you, our moral superior! “Maine Cat Woman’s” blog is called Bill Kristol’s Brain. And Becky Brindle’s blog is called . . . uh, Take a look at both sites and ask yourself which one might aptly be described as “People With Minds That Hate.”

UPDATE: Speaking of “people with minds that hate,” NTCNews chronicles the latest wretchedness. Remind me of this the next time someone calls me a misognynist . . .

UPDATE 8:24 EDT: Ed Morrissey:

Playboy has pulled the article, with no explanation, Allahpundit reported on Twitter. I think we know the reason, though.

And the latest via Allah’s Twitter:

@AmandaCarpenter Playboy thought they’d get away with it bc they didn’t realize they’d targeted bloggers, who talk back. Simple as that

Yep. BTW, I’m on Twitter. Not all the time, like some people, but I’m on there. And as for Playboy, don’t believe any guy who says he only reads it for the articles . . . Rule 5, anyone?

September 18, 2008

Palin hacker ID’d?

UPDATED & BUMPED: Eric Dondero has much more background, and also notes that he and I have been honored by inclusion in “the bottom layer of the right-wing noise machine,” by none other than Glenn Greenwald. Tears of joy are running down my face, like a starlet receiving her first Oscar.

UPDATE: Rusty Shackleford, who knows a thing or two about Internet sleuthing, says “the plot is getting thicker.”

PREVIOUSLY: In a thread at Free Republic and at various conservative blogs, a 20-year-old chess enthusiast with the online identity “rubico10” is being identified as a suspect in the hacking of Sarah Palin’s e-mail account.

I have no means of verifying those accusations, which might be entirely false, and thus am not naming the person. However, I will note that the person identified by these bloggers is the son of a Democratic state legislator. Should this turn out to be the case, it would rather seriously undermine the early assertion that Palin’s hacker was a non-ideological prankster.

As pointed out by Dan Riehl, information at the Register and Michelle Malkin indicates that the FBI and Secret Service should have little trouble finding the perpetrator. And since this is a high-profile federal felony investigation, I don’t think it will be long before we have full details.

August 20, 2008

You know what we need?

More blogs with their own theme songs.